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White Slaves of Chinatown

USA 1964
produced by
George Weiss
directed by Joseph P. Mawra
starring Audrey Campbell, Marlaina Abbie, Leonore Rhein (= Gigi Darlene), Veronica Bellach, Mitzi Meer, Rickey Bell, Jimmy Lyons, Lisa Vohn (= Marlene Eck), Amy Eden, Jean Holt (narration), George Weiss
written by Joseph P.Mawra


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Backed by the mob, Madame Olga (Audrey Campbell) runs a quite unique organisation in New York's Chinatown: First she gets various girls high on drugs, then makes them her captives until they do her bidding, and finally she uses them as whores and drug-peddlers.

After having established that, th film goes on to tell the fate of several of Olga's girls:

  • There's Frenchy (Leonore Rhein), whose father is a French diplomat and whom Olga wants to use to extort money from her father before eventually turning her into a whore ... and Olga's successful on both accounts, too.
  • There's Lola (Mitzi Meer), whom Olga picks up right after she's released from prison, which is pretty much out of the fire and right into the frying pan.
  • There's Vicky (Veronica Bellach), who has become pregnant while performing her duty (hustling) and whom Olga now uses as a help around the house ... until a crude abortion is performed on Vicky, which she doesn't survive.
  • There's air hostess Jackie (Amy Eden), who seems to have taken more than her fair share of Olga's drug money and whom Olga now has brutally tortured.
  • There's Colette (Rickey Bell), who once owned the brothel Olga is running her operations in now, and whom Olga now keeps all tied up as her pet.
  • ... and then there's Elaine, who simply won't submit to Olga's torture no matter how cruel ... until Olga gives her a way to escape, only to have her run right into the claws of Jimmy (Jimmy Lyons), a drug addict whom Olga keeps around the house. Jimmy brutally rapes Elaine, who only now comes to the conclusion that it might be better to submit to Olga than to be brutally raped by Jimmy. Soon enough, Elaine becomes Olga's top girl and her personal protgée ...

White Slaves of Chinatown is an enjoyably bizarre and dirty film that in terms of sadism and sex must have pushed the boundaries quite a bit, considering it's from the mid-1960's. From today's point of view the film of course seems positively tame and one can't but notice its cheap and exploitative style, like the immobile camera endlessly lingering on half naked or scantily clad bodies, the lack of any stringent plot, the total absence of on-screen sound (even in scenes that are supposed to have dialogue) and the reliance on cheap stock music and a narrator who seems to rip his lines right from seedy tabloids headlines - but all of this comes across as somewhat endearing (at least from today's point of view). And then there's of course the central performance by Audrey Campbell, who puts just the right amount of over-acting into her role to make it work.

Of course, White Slaves of Chinatown will not be to everyone's taste, it's cheap, it's vulgar, it's dirty, it's exploitative to the hilt, and it's not necessarily particularly erotic - but for fans of vintage erotica it's also lots of fun.



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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